Found October 14, 2011 on MetsOnline:

According to Anthony DiComo of MLB.com, the Mets have interviewed Minor League outfield coordinator Jack Voigt and Minor League infield coordinator Kevin Morgan for First Base Coach.

Excerpt via Anthony DiComo of MLB.com:

The Mets have also begun the process of interviewing first-base coach candidates. The front office has interviewed Minor League infield coordinator Kevin Morgan and outfield coordinator Jack Voigt for the position, according to a source, and expects to add multiple names to its list of candidates in the coming days.

Morgan, 41, played four of his seven Minor League seasons in the Mets organization, cracking the big league roster for one plate appearance in 1997. Voight played parts of seven seasons with the Orioles, Rangers, Brewers and A’s and was Triple-A Buffalo’s hitting coach in 2010.

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